Category: Thought Leadership

The holidays are a wonderful opportunity to reconnect, reflect and reset. I also can’t help but continue to learn, and on this break I began researching habits and how I can use them to become more effective in my teaching and learning. In his commencement address at the University of Texas in 2014, US Navy […]

Joanne Davies (Teaching and Learning Coordinator, Junior School) and Raelene Plozza (Literacy Coach, Prep–Year 8) will be presenting a workshop at the International Boys’ Schools Coalition (IBSC) conference in Baltimore next week. The IBSC, of which BGS is a member school, is a not-for-profit organisation ‘dedicated to enhancing the education, wellbeing and development of boys […]

Data flying across a computer screen

Cameron Taylor joined Brighton Grammar six years ago in a dual role teaching IT related subjects and as eLearning Coordinator in the secondary years. Cameron is an amazing asset as a ‘big thinker’, an innovator, a problem solver. His latest, and most significant contribution, is around the effective use of data to enhance the learning […]